The Aba Women’s Riot of 1929: A Story of Bravery and Resistance Against British Oppression
The Aba Women's Protests were a series of protests led by a group of women who were fed up with the harsh treatment and unnecessary taxes imposed by the British colonial authorities.
Victoria Davies Randle, the Nigerian Goddaughter of Queen Victoria
Victoria Davies was the eldest child of Sara Forbes Bonetta, an Egbado omoba who was gifted to Queen Victoria and James Pinson Labulo Davies, a wealthy Lagos merchant.
King Bayano: the Yoruba King Who Escaped Slavery and Led the Biggest Slave Revolts of 16th Century Panama
Bayano was an African enslaved by Spaniards who led the biggest slave revolts of 16th century Panama.
Chief Amodu Tijani: This Yoruba Chief Took Britain to Court in 1921 for Stealing His Land and Won a Huge Compensation
Chief Amodu Tijani Oluwa, also known as simply Amodu Tijani, was a Nigerian traditional chief who cane to prominence in the high colonial period, when he took the British colonial government to court in 1921 for appropriating his land in Apapa.
Oba Ovonramwen: How Britain Deposed and Exiled the Last Independent King of Benin Kingdom
Ovonramwen was a West African ruler who was the last independent king of the kingdom of Benin in present-day Nigeria.
Society & Culture
Revd Paul Obayi – Meet The Nigerian Priest Saving Igbo Deities from the bonfires
While some Pentecostal preachers in eastern Nigeria set fire to statues and other ancient artefacts that they regard as symbols of idolatry, one Catholic priest reverend Paul Obayi is collecting them instead.
Benin City, One Of The Most Advanced Cities Of The Ancient World Now Lost Without Trace
When the Portuguese first “discovered” the city in 1485, they were stunned to find this vast kingdom made of hundreds of interlocked cities and villages in the middle of the African jungle. They called it the “Great City of...
“Dick Tiger” — Meet The First African to be Inducted Into the International Boxing Hall of Fame
Richard Ihetu aka Dick Tiger was a Nigerian-born professional boxer who held the World Middleweight and World Light Heavyweight Championships in the 1950's and also the first African to be Inducted into the international boxing hall of fame.
Nigerian Civil War Officially Ended On This Day When Biafra Disbanded and Joined Nigeria
The Nigerian civil war officially ended on this day after almost 2 and half years of fighting when the Republic of Biafra disbanded and rejoined Nigeria.
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Top 20 Most Terrorized Countries in Africa (2023)
The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) has released a report ranking the most terrorized countries in Africa, with Burkina Faso,...